2020 GB 1oz James Bond - Shaken Not Stirred - Proof Gold Coin - No.3 of 3 in the Coin Series
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2020 GB 1oz - James Bond - Shaken Not Stirred - £100 Proof Gold Coin - No.3 of 3 in the Coin Series - The Royal Mint
A fantastic opportunity to buy the 2020 GB 1oz James Bond - Shaken Not Stirred - Proof Gold Coin - No.3 of 3 in the Coin Series
In celebration of 50+ remarkable years of following the exploits of MI6 operative, 007, The Royal Mint proudly presents, The 007 Collection. The third and final release in the 3-coin series brings into focus the man himself, James Bond. Without a doubt, James Bond is the single most globally-recognized fictional secret agent ever created. This fine 2020 Britain James Bond R3 (Shaken Not Stirred) 1oz Gold Proof edition presents a stunning finale to this remarkable limited edition bullion series!
As a legal tender offering by Great Britain, the obverse of this 2020 Britain James Bond R3 (Shaken Not Stirred) 1oz Gold Proof edition displays the Jody Clark effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions include “ELIZABETH II D. G. REG. F. D. 2020” and the 100 pounds face value.
Featured on the reverse of this 2020 Britain James Bond (Shaken Not Stirred) edition is our man, James Bond, presented in his most classic style, dressed in his distinctive tuxedo. The visual image of Bond stepping into the scene in this classic tuxedo spans the entirety of the films of the franchise. The scene often fades to Bond ordering his signature drink, “Vodka martini, shaken not stirred.”
As the third piece of the complete scene featured in the three-coin series, the reverse design displays the upper torso of James Bond, dressed in the tux. Below the image is displayed the third iconic Bond quotes from the movies, “SHAKEN NOT STIRRED.” The background contains the final section of the iconic 007 motif. As with the previous two releases, this coin features a remarkable design that could stand alone. However, as the final piece of the completed set, you only have the full picture as it was intended to be appreciated when it comes into focus when the three coins are placed side-by-side.
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